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Steven A Idelman
34 Ratings
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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Pittsburgh, PA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Pittsburgh, PA

    I worked at Solutionary full-time (More than a year)

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    - Staying sharp in the world of information security. - Depending on position, access to cutting edge technology. - Abundant resources to learn about said technology if you are not in a position to get hands on experience.

    Cons

    - As already stated, this company is run on nepotism and cronyism. What do you expect from a company run by a family? - The "management" team does absolutely nothing but continually insult their most talented employees by placing their friends in leadership positions. - Training is absolutely horrendous and monotonous, and only encourages newer employees to seek employment elsewhere in the company or even leave entirely. - Policies are changed on-the-fly with no justification behind it other than a management member got bored one day. - Employees are frequently asked to take on more roles without any compensation. This leads to nothing but overburdened and frustrated employees. - All of these complaints fall on deaf ears while upper management continues to preach this that the organization is rich in culture. - If you make a mistake, expect to be publicly shamed. - Once again, if you make a mistake, expect management to make erroneous assumptions and never actually ask you what happened. In other words, expect to be put on the chopping block for a simple mistake. - Employees are expected to be the equivalent to a robot, if you make a spelling mistake, expect to chastised like a 13 year old in middle school.

    Advice to Management

    You fail to listen to the frustrations of your employees, and as a result have suffered the consequences. If proactive steps are taken before it's too late, this company could last well into the future. So please, listen to them.


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